A lively discussion with Eric Vogeler about block chain technologies and how they might apply in water concert and assist the future of water management.
Fantastic discussion with Sorenson Engineering on the benefits, considerations, and potential for small hydroelectric facilities in canal and distribution systems.
A discussion with Paul Burnett of Trout Unlimited unpacking the structure and multifaceted benefits of an instream flow project.
Elesif McDonald breaks down vertical farming in an exciting discussion about agriculture of the future.
A discussion with Jay Humphrey of Emery Water Conservancy District and Amy Green from the Rural Water Technology Alliance unpacking what it takes to measure and monitor a large scale distribution system. This is the future – a must listen.
A discussion with Jeff Davis regarding aquifer storage and recovery projects. Can they help Utah meet its complex growth and demand patterns?
A compliment to Episode 8, an in-depth discussion with Seth Arens of the Western Water Assessment breaking down climate models and executing stakeholder climate/drought planning. Get your science hat on and let’s get to work!
Brian McInerney, recently retired Hydrologist for the National Weather Service, breaks down climate projections for Utah, his work with the Utah Climate Project, and the importance of including objective climate science in water management and planning.
Emily Lewis sits down with John Crandall – Managing Director of Stifel’s Public Finance Team and return guest Laura Briefer – Director of SLC Department of Public Utilities. A timely and informative episode on the impacts of COVID-19 disruptions for municipal water rates and water infrastructure funding.
A discussion with Bret Bovee of WestWater Research about the mechanics of water markets and considerations for increasing water market activity. Extremely informative and timely!